Collection on the Chesapeake

By Bruce Corwin
Posted Feb. 26, 2014
 

 

In my years of attending WEF conferences on collection systems, I’ve learned how valuable the experience can be to my career and made many friends along the way. This year I’m delighted to co-chair Collection Systems 2014: Collection on the Chesapeake with CS Conference Local Chair John Fletcher in Baltimore, MD, March 11-14. We expect this meeting to be another excellent opportunity to stay abreast of the latest trends in collection system design, maintenance and management.


The program includes outstanding presenters on the topics ranging from potential solutions to new practices to the latest regulations. Sessions range from design and construction of sewage pumping and storage facilities to sustainable watershed planning, wet weather solutions, lateral rehab, and much, much more. Attendees will also have an opportunity to network with colleagues from around the world throughout the conference and at events including a great social event. There will also be many opportunities to attend tours of local projects, view exhibits, and attend workshops. Plus there’s another bonus for attendees: Professional development hours!


Please join us for this year’s conference and come have a great time on the Chesapeake with us!

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Collection on the Chesapeake By Bruce CorwinPosted Feb. 26, 2014    In my years of attending WEF conferences on collection systems, I’ve learned how valuable the experience can be to my career and made many friends along the way. This

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Collection on the Chesapeake

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Collection on the Chesapeake

By Bruce Corwin
Posted Feb. 26, 2014
 

 

In my years of attending WEF conferences on collection systems, I’ve learned how valuable the experience can be to my career and made many friends along the way. This year I’m delighted to co-chair Collection Systems 2014: Collection on the Chesapeake with CS Conference Local Chair John Fletcher in Baltimore, MD, March 11-14. We expect this meeting to be another excellent opportunity to stay abreast of the latest trends in collection system design, maintenance and management.


The program includes outstanding presenters on the topics ranging from potential solutions to new practices to the latest regulations. Sessions range from design and construction of sewage pumping and storage facilities to sustainable watershed planning, wet weather solutions, lateral rehab, and much, much more. Attendees will also have an opportunity to network with colleagues from around the world throughout the conference and at events including a great social event. There will also be many opportunities to attend tours of local projects, view exhibits, and attend workshops. Plus there’s another bonus for attendees: Professional development hours!


Please join us for this year’s conference and come have a great time on the Chesapeake with us!

Posted by Jonathan Byus at 02/26/2014 11:01:49 AM | 


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Bruce Corwin, P. E.
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Mr. Corwin is President of The Corwin Group and has over 40 years of experience in water infrastructure projects. His background includes pipelines; water supply, distribution, pumping stations, intakes and storage facilities; wastewater treatment and collection systems, pumping stations; and master planning. He has over 30 years experience as a project manager with projects ranging from a few thousand to over $150 million in construction costs. Mr. Corwin is a specialist in water and wastewater projects as well as a specialist in pipeline design, construction oversight, and conveyance. He has authored or co-authored numerous papers in his career.

He has served on the WEF Collection Systems Committee for several years and is the Chair of the Specialty Conference Subcommittee 2012-2014. He is also a Fellow in ASCE and a member of AWWA.

Mr. Corwin is a Professional Engineer and holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Kansas.